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May 13, 2012 7:00am PDT
positions under the labor governments of tony blair and gordon brown. he has also served as a member of the european commission. joseph geoffrey joins us from hamburg. he is the editor of "the german weekly." elaine also joins us. she happens to be in new york, but she is the paris correspondent for the "new york times", a beat she has covered for more than a decade. and david from rounds things out from d.c. he is a regular on the show and a former speechwriter for george bush wrub. welcome all. elaine, let me start with you. you know francois hollande. you have interviewed him. is he a radical? is he a moderate? how does he strike you? >> francois hollande is mr. normal. he got electriced president of france because he promised to be a normal candidate and a normal president. when i was traveling with him in 2007 he was so normal that not -- neither the conductor, nor anyone on the train even recognized him. he is disciplined. he ran the socialist party for over a decade, and he did not make enemies. he is likely to be much more consillatory and moderate than we might expect from a
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